Summary: This unit doesn't connect to Hulu, or Netflix, read the description very carefully. I'm really not even sure what it does. It connected to my media server, to a point. I had it and my media server hard-wired to the same router, 3 feet from one another.
Summary: I cannot get it to work consistently. It's just not compatible with Windows 7. I've changed media server software on the computer, updated the netgear, done everything I can think of (and I'm very good with computers). It just doesn't work. Spend more money and get one that works.
Summary: This product is conceptually good and seems to predict the future alternative to cable and satellite as far as accessing tv channels in a more cost effective way. However at this stage the EVA 2000 falls short.
Summary: I bought this unit today thinking it had a lot of neat sounding features. Lets start. First - Yes you can play lots of channels. About 80% of them are news channels. Some from other parts of the world. It is most unfortunate I have better things to do than watch news channels.
Summary: This unit does what it says: shows your media and some Internet content on your TV. So pretty much all of its "specifications" are its pros. But I'd like to talk about its cons: Navigation/user interface is not much different than that of "flashback to the past" gaming console toys - that is, very...
Summary: Currently we use an XBox 360 to watch archived (mainly DivX) media from our windows home server and netflix on-demand content on a 40" 1080P TV. We bought this device and its matching wifi dongle to allow us to watch the same content in our bedroom.
Internet streaming and standard def playback is fine, but users wanting hi-def playback should look elsewhere
28 September 2009
Summary: Traditionally known for their routers and network devices, Netgear offically entered the growing home media player market this September with the Digital Entertainer Live. After owning the superb but ethernet-less Western Digital WD TV HD Media Player , I was looking for a device that could play all...